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Karremann, M; Hoffmann, M; Benesch, M; Kwiecien, R; von Bueren, AO; Kramm, CM.
Secondary Solid Malignancies After High-Grade Glioma Treatment in Pediatric Patients.
Pediatr Hematol Oncol. 2015; 32(7):467-473
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Benesch Martin
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Abstract:
Due to the poor survival in high-grade glioma (HGG), secondary solid malignancies (SSM) following pediatric HGG are scarce. The authors present the experience from the HIT-HGG database in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Five out of 1228 pediatric HGG patients developed a SSM following a latency of 29-122 months from primary HGG diagnosis. In 4 patients, the SSM may be attributed to previous radiotherapy or a tumor predisposition syndrome, reflected by a markedly increased cumulative incidence rate of SSM in patients with tumor predisposition. Survival was devastating, since none of the patients survived beyond 18 months from SSM diagnosis.
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